October 13, 2010
A release party on October 14 celebrates the book Designing a Better Cleveland, which was designed by two CIA adjunct faculty members.
Join Cleveland Public Art for a book release party on Thursday, October 14 at 5:30pm to celebrate the printing of Designing a Better Cleveland. Talk with the author and designers of this booklet and enjoy complimentary refreshments at CPA’s headquarters at 1951 West 16th Street in Ohio City.
Designing a Better Cleveland presents ideas for how citizens can actively participate in determining the future of our city. The mini-primer was written by Plain Dealer art and architecture critic Steven Litt, and designed by the Cleveland design firm Rini Uva Lee. RUL co-founders Danielle Rini Uva and Lizzy Lee have both taught in The Cleveland Institute of Art’s communication design department.
RUL also presented their work at Cleveland Public Library on Saturday, October 9 as part of Octavofest, a city-wide, month-long celebration of book and paper arts. The book is an outgrowth of Cleveland Public Library’s annual program “Spectrum: The Lockwood Thompson Dialogues,” which addresses contemporary issues in arts and culture.
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